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It's because part of our contract is that we don't have a memory of what we're supposed to be doing. We have to come to it spontaneously, but most of our early experiences with spontaneity resulted in painful experiences. (parents and other children thinking we're weird, treating us like we are 'messed up', or physically hurting us)
Originally posted by FlyersFan
Oh .. and I should say that I don't understand about what she supposedly found about the first wave. Lots of suicides and depressions. I understand that someone coming from a higher dimension would feel yukky being stuck in a diseased human body and and surrounded by negative low energy etc etc ... but they volunteered to be here so wouldn't they be happy to be doing what they are doing???
That didn't make sense to me. (well .. a lot didn't make sense .. but you know what I mean).
Originally posted by Awakened2012
We are suppose to learn from everything down to the slightest detail. "Please Listen" discover what your inner strength is, your true potential. Call This our "hidden powers" & flaunt them. Be like "oh really wow didn't know I could do that" SHOW THE WORLD in order to give humanity that "hope" to move on they need
reply to post by BlueMule
I don't believe in the ET mythos as Hollywood presents it. I don't think there are civilizations of ETs out there that evolved and developed technology and just happened to find us and travel via nuts n' bolts interstellar ships. The ET mythos conforms to the patterns of our collective psyche a bit too much for that to be the case, imo. But I do think the stars and planets and black holes have powerful consciousness, and that they can telepathically interact and can project aspects of their individual and collective minds.
Originally posted by Morg234
Jeez, this ATS forum is bleeding what ever credibility it had left.
Originally posted by FactFactor
There are 4 waves by the way. Do your research.
Originally posted by Osiris1953
Originally posted by LittleBlackEagle
as far as ET's being friendly or not well why would they be any different than us? i'm sure there are friendly ET's and i'm sure there are not so friendly ET's and i can only hope the friendly ones are here with us now, i suppose.
if you look at the world within you, you will find it is much like the world around you, with trillions of cells and bacteria living together in their own universe, most good but some not so good. it's entirely possible that we are living on a cell called earth that makes up an entire being we call the universe.
How have the two of us not had a conversation before? I'm pretty sure I've written the last paragraph of the above quote almost verbatim at some point or another.
Ever noticed how much an atom resembles a solar system? I imagine that galactic clusters would analogous to organs in a human.
As far as ETs go... I imagine many of them would be like us in many ways, and that is not a good thing. Just look at how we have treated anyone group that was different throughout history. I agree with Stephen Hawking that if aliens officially arrived our planet, not in the metaphysical sense we are discussing, that it would probably end with us being treated as we have treated native Americans, in other words, pretty damn poorly.
Originally posted by wildtimes
reply to post by W3RLIED2
Nice to see you again, wildtimes! We always end up talking about excellent reading materials.
Hey there! Yes indeedy...reading is a never-ending joy. I love talking about excellent reads...
Urantia was the first published exposure I had to what I knew in my heart, intuitively, was the case. I was raised in the Episcopal faith, and never, ever bought into it. I should go back and look at it (Urantia) again; I was barely 21 at the time I was introduced to it, but the feelings and tone of it have never been forgotten. I'm sure it shaped my own trajectory...and the fact that I grew up in the 60s and 70s, of course, only reinforced those themes.
Delores looks like an interesting source for more. I hadn't heard of her before, but certainly the ideas have been presented before. I love this stuff!
I haven't watched the vid link yet, but I did read the interview article.
I'm in the First Wave age range -- and so would all of us "Baby Boomers" -- the original Mother Earth hippy-dippies! Go 60s! It is a very, very interesting time to be alive.
My latest read was Non-Zero by Robert Wright -- about the logic of human destiny and how we are heading into a new era (or a culmination of where we've been going over the millennia), in which a global community will be either peaceful and all will have plenty -- or, we self-destruct. It's been heading this way for a long time (in our sense of "long time"). There's really no escaping it. I no longer believe it's a "conspiracy" -- and I welcome the New World Order.
God knows the Existing World Order...well, isn't World Order at all.
I'm voting for world peace and plenty.
Namasteedit on 13-7-2012 by wildtimes because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Lexx790
We all decided to incarnate here to "experience the human condition",and to learn the lessons that can only be learned on this earth.
Originally posted by AsuspiciousMANappears
I was wondering if you have read any of Dr Michael Newtons books?
Originally posted by JulieTruly
I thought this site was about facts and proof?
Originally posted by VitriolAndAngst
I really hope there is reincarnation.
Originally posted by star in a jar
Very clever tactic, telling the 20's and 30's they shouldn't have children because of some karma thing...
'If you cannot kill your enemy, cancel him out'